Step n Lock "STATE LAW STOP FOR PEDESTRIANS WITHIN CROSSWALK" Traffic Panel

SKU CCW-19-021-00625
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  • Impact resistant
  • Available in various sheetings
  • Easy to use
  • MUTCD compliant
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$117.80

Product Overview

Choose between one or two-sided panel and get your own Traffix Step n Lock “STATE LAW STOP FOR PEDESTRIANS WITHIN CROSSWALK” Traffic Panel! This panel is impact resistant and features a Step-N-Lock foot hole which makes it simple to lock the panel into base! Whether you choose a 28 lb., or a 43 lb. base, this traffic panel will stay stable and ensure safety of pedestrians!

Includes:
Step n Lock "STATE LAW STOP FOR PEDESTRIANS WITHIN CROSSWALK" Traffic Panel

Features:

  • Impact resistant 12” X 36” blow molded polyethylene plastic panel
  • Utilizing the Step-N-Lock foot hole, simply step down and lock the panel into base. Six locking buttons molded into the panel and correspond to six matching recesses molded into the base
  • Diamond Grade lime/yellow and High Intensity white sheeting with screened symbol
  • Available with 28 lb. or 43 lb. molded rubber base
  • Meets MUTCD pedestrian barricade requirements
  • NCHRP 350 approved with barricade light

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Polyethylene plastic
  • Dimensions: 12” X 36”
  • Base Weight: 28 lbs. or 43 lbs.
  • Customizable? No

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